KOREY Dyer-Stewart has no doubt he will score goals for Boston United.
The teenage striker is yet to find the net, following his ascension from triallist to first-teamer.
However, he has every bit of faith that he will soon see his name on the scoresheet for the Pilgrims.
“I’ll definitely get goals,” he told The Standard. “I’m confident I can do well. I just need to train hard and it’ll happen.”
Training hard is very much the forward’s mantra.
He arrived at York Street in the summer, hoping to earn a contract after leaving Burton Albion’s youth academy. But boss Jason Lee ordered him to get fit before any deal was offered.
After impressing in training and scoring freely for the reserves, Dyer-Stewart believes he is now a better player.
He added: “It’s helped me. I have to stay humble and keep working on my fitness.
“I’m always looking to improve.
“It’s good to have quality strikers all working for the two or three positions.
“It can only benefit the team and I can get a sniff if I work hard.
“They’ve been good to me and looked after me really well.”